04 January 2011

In Case You Missed It -- December, & Best of 2010

HAPPY NEW YEAR! I'm a bit behind in "getting back into the swing of things" around here after all the holiday happenings, so this post is a couple of days late. I want to thank all of you for continuing to follow the Southern Graves blog, and I promise to do my best to hold your interest in 2011. If you are a new follower, WELCOME! Here are some posts that might be new to you:

ICYMI -- December 2010 (most viewed posts over the last 30 days)

- Undertakers, Coffins, & Furniture

- In Hoc Signo Vinces: the Knights Templar

- Sentimental Sunday's Baby Knox

- Little Fingers, Little Toes

- Eugene & Virginia are Watching and Waiting (Tombstone Tuesday)

- Symbolism of the Oak Leaf

- A Pair of Infant Shoes, Times Two!

- Maud (Henry?) Hambrick & the Railroad

- Darling Anna (Today's Epitaph)

- The Howells of Duluth

- Southern Cross of Honor

And here are the most viewed posts of 2010 (according to Google Analytics):

- Southern Cross of Honor

- Undertakers, Coffins, & Furniture

- In Hoc Signo Vinces: the Knights Templar

- H T W S S T K S -- Huh? (Tombstone Tuesday)

- Women's Relief Corps, Order of the Eastern Star, & Mother Enterprise

- White Oak Flats Cemetery; Gatlinburg, Tennessee

- William Weekley Drowned in the San Diego Bay (& My 1st Experience as a FamilySearch Indexer)

- Here Rests the Body of Col. William Rhett

- Louis Behrens, Famous Fireman

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